First, we will start with Apple and introduce you to the best iPhones of this company for recording high-quality videos.

iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max


The screen and body of the iPhone 13 Pro are blue

Since the cameras in “iPhone 13 Pro” and “iPhone 13 Pro Max” are the same and the main difference is in the screen size and battery performance, we will introduce these two devices together.

On the back panel, there is a triple camera set that includes a wide camera (1/1.65-inch 12-megapixel sensor and f/1.5 aperture), ultra-wide (1/3.6-inch 12-megapixel sensor and f/1.8 aperture) and telephoto (1/1.8-inch sensor). 3.4-inch 12-megapixel and f/2.8 aperture. The latest 3x optical zoom lens brings distant subjects closer and ensures that your photos remain clear and sharp even when capturing distant subjects. Also, using the ultrawide camera, you can take macro videos of close subjects.

The iPhone 13 Pro camera can record videos at 4K resolution and 60 frames per second (bitrate 50 to 100 Mbps) and provide high resolution and realistic details. In addition, you can record your moments in 1080p resolution and 240 fps (25-150 Mbps bitrate), which looks great for creating slow-motion sequences. Apple has also added the possibility of recording video in ProRes format (4K resolution and 30 frames per second) and has emphasized the professionalism of this phone in the field of filming.

In order to provide a better experience, Apple has also brought Dolby Vision HDR video recording to the iPhone 13 Pro. This feature has the ability to enrich your video with a wider range of colors and more details to make the final image more attractive. The exemplary ability of this phone is not limited even during HDR filming, and you can still record moments with the latest resolution and frame rate of 4K@60fps. A feature that the latest flagship smartphones in the market still cannot handle or the quality of their output is not as good as the iPhone 13 Pro Max. All iPhone 13 Pro cameras are capable of HDR video recording.

iPhone 13 Pro is powered by the A15 Bionic chip, which gives unparalleled processing power and performance to the Cupertino device. This integrated multitasking chip ensures fast video rendering and an overall smooth user experience. Also, there is a sophisticated image processing algorithm in the Apple phone that optimizes exposure, contrast, and white balance, resulting in more realistic images and videos.

The iPhone 13 Pro introduces a range of special video modes, each catering to different needs. Among them, we can mention Cinematic Mode and Dolby Vision HDR. The former adds a cinematic feel to your videos by automatically adjusting focus as subjects move in the frame, and the latter renders scenes with stunning dynamism. Wide and telephoto cameras both have optical image stabilization; The Wide Image Stabilizer is built into the sensor to eliminate vibrations on this large sensor more optimally than before.

The iPhone 13 Pro also has challenges for the user when filming, among which the battery life and the weight of the device can be mentioned. Also, its price is higher than other devices in the market.

iPhone 12 Pro Max


“iPhone 12 Pro Max” with triple camera system, including wide camera (1/1.65-inch 12-megapixel sensor and f/1.5 aperture), ultra-wide (1/3.6-inch 12-megapixel sensor and f/2.4 aperture) and telephoto (1/ 3.4-inch 12-megapixel and f/2.2 aperture) entered the market. In addition, in the main and telephoto camera, the anti-vibration system is used on the sensor and the lens, respectively, and this makes the final files without vibration.

The iPhone 12 Pro Max telephoto camera uses a 2.5x optical zoom lens compared to the image of the main camera, which allows you to take pictures of distant subjects with clarity and precision. The video recording capability of the device is equally impressive. The Apple smartphone allows video recording with 4K resolution and a rate of 60 frames per second or 1080p resolution and a rate of 240 frames per second. Meanwhile, Dolby Vision HDR also ensures that video displays vivid colors and intricate details.

iPhone 12 Pro Max uses the powerful A14 Bionic chip, which offers seamless multitasking and efficient video processing. Also, an advanced image processing algorithm enriched with machine learning capabilities enhances image and video quality by improving exposure, contrast, and white balance.

The Pro Max version of the iPhone 12 enhances the filming experience by offering specialized features such as Cinema mode and Dolby Vision HDR. However, the device has certain weaknesses, including limited battery life during long filming sessions, large size and weight, and a hefty price tag that could limit access for some.

iPhone 13


“iPhone 13” uses the combination of two 12-megapixel cameras with wide and ultra-wide lenses on the back panel; Of course, the main camera sensor now has larger dimensions; In fact, the main camera of the iPhone 13 is the same as the one used in the iPhone 12 Pro Max.

The iPhone 13’s wide-angle camera uses a 12-megapixel sensor with 1.7-micrometer pixels, along with a 26-mm 7-element lens with an f/1.6 aperture. This camera uses all its pixels for phase detection autofocus, and its stabilization system is mounted on the sensor itself instead of the lens due to Sensor-shift technology; Thus, the camera can deal with vibrations more quickly.

The ultrawide camera uses a 12-megapixel sensor with 1.0 micrometer pixels, along with a 14mm 5-piece ultra-wide lens with an f/2.4 aperture and a 120-degree field of view. Unfortunately, unlike the iPhone 13 Pro, there is no autofocus system.

Thanks to the A15’s 16-core neural processing engine, in daylight, the Smart HDR 4 algorithm applies unique adjustments to contrast, lighting and skin tone for each person (up to 4 people) in the camera’s viewfinder frame, making photos as vivid as possible. Look natural. Smart HDR 4 is available with all cameras.

With the iPhone 13, you can record 4K (60 fps) or 1080p (240 fps) videos in both normal and HDR modes. In addition, the Cinematic mode supports Dolby Vision HDR filming; But its resolution and rate are limited to 1080p and 30 frames per second respectively, on the other hand, you will only get this mode with wide and selfie cameras.

Along with all the features that make the iPhone 13 a great option for filming, you should note that there is no telephoto camera in it, and this issue will create limitations for some users.

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